Posted by Business Standard on Sunday, October 04, 2018 11:24:18Kindergartens are a very popular and easy way to get a full-time job in India.
They are also a source of income for families.
But with the rising cost of schooling, it has become increasingly difficult for students to find a suitable job in the industry.
The government has introduced free kindergartens for all children, in addition to the compulsory school for adults.
In a country of a million people, the number of kindergartes is a staggering 100 million, with more than 10 million kindergarters and kindergarten teachers being active in the country.
The government has also introduced free kindergarten workshets to get the kids interested in science and maths.
The worksheet was launched in April 2018 by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD).
The worksheet is a list of topics to be covered in the class and includes topics such as: mathematics, science, history, geography, languages, music and art.
It is meant for kids who are in school for less than one-and-a-half months and who do not have access to an internet connection.
This is to help them learn more about the world around them and help them develop as people, said Ankit Kumar, co-founder of Parekal Educational Foundation (PEF), which runs the worksheeting scheme.
“These are not just worksheeters for the kids.
We have also created a free worksheet for the parents, to teach them about the benefits of education and how they can contribute to their children’s future,” said Kumar.
Parekala Educational Foundation has also started a similar worksheet called Konti Ka Bhi, which aims to teach the students about history, maths and science.
“Kindergardens are not the only way to access education in India, but they are a major source of learning and jobs for many people.
As a government agency, the HRD is trying to provide a free kindergaree for all students, with the aim of creating jobs for the children,” said Parekkala Educational President Sanjay Nair.
“We are working with the government to ensure that kindergarte teachers are paid, trained and promoted,” said Nair, who added that the worksheet will be ready for the first class of kindergarten teachers in 2019.
The scheme will help the children to get jobs and build a sense of belonging in the society.
In fact, the workshow will be made available to every kindergarten teacher in the city.
The worksheET is also meant to provide teachers with a tool for developing and expanding the knowledge of children in the state, according to Nair and Kumar.
The KPIS worksheet was created by the KPIS Centre for Education and Literacy (KPIS CL), an organisation working on education, health, environment and culture.
“The KPIS CL worksheet seeks to give students a platform for sharing their knowledge, so that they can have a better future,” Kumar said.
“I want to encourage my children to learn how to make sense of the world and create a positive role in society.
I hope to be able to help my children become a role model for my future,” he said.